The Military Diet: A Beginner’s Guide (with a meal plan)

 
By 9 August 2017
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The military diet is currently one of the world’s most popular “diets.” It is claimed to help you lose weight quickly, up to 10 pounds (4.5 kg) in a single week.

The military diet is also free. There is no book, expensive food or supplement you need to buy.

But does this diet actually work, and is it something you should try? This article explains everything you need to know about the military diet.

What Is the Military Diet?

The military diet, also called the 3-day diet, is a weight loss diet that can help you lose up to 10 pounds in a week.

The military diet plan involves a 3-day meal plan followed by 4 days off, and the weekly cycle is repeated again and again until you reach your goal weight.

Proponents of the diet claim that it was designed by nutritionists in the US military in order to get soldiers into top shape quickly.

However, the truth is that the diet isn’t affiliated with any military or governmental institution.

The military diet goes by several other names as well, including the navy diet, the army diet and even the ice cream diet.

BOTTOM LINE:The military diet is a low-calorie weight loss diet that is claimed to promote significant weight loss in just one week.

How Does the Military Diet Work?

The 3-day military diet is actually split into 2 phases over a 7-day period.

For the first 3 days, you must follow a set low-calorie meal plan for breakfast, lunch and dinner. There are no snacks between meals.

Total calorie intake during this phase is roughly 1,100–1,400 calories per day.

For the remaining 4 days of the week, you are encouraged to eat healthy and continue to keep your calorie intake low.

Proponents of the diet claim that you can repeat the diet several times until you reach your goal weight.

BOTTOM LINE:The first 3 days of the military diet have a set meal plan and involve calorie restriction. The remaining 4 days have fewer restrictions

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